Entrepreneurs

Wisconsin businesses and individuals are invited to enter the 35th annual Governor's New Products Awards Competition, which recognizes benefits coming from research and engineering of new products and emerging technologies....

InvestMidwest Venture Capital Forum has issued an open call for companies interested in presenting their business plans before venture capitalists, corporate and private investors, and investment bankers, at their upcoming gathering April 5-6 in St. Louis....

Researchers from Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, using Comparative Genome Sequencing (CGS) from NimbleGen Systems, have identified evolutionary changes in the human pathogen Helicobacter pylori—a bacterium that infects the lining of the stomach. The technology can be used to track the movement of...

The City of Madison has been awarded the top ranking for a mid-size city in the Center for Digital Government's 2005 Digital Cities Survey, an annual review of how city governments are utilizing information technology. The annual survey is conducted by the Center for Digital...

Pundits and marketers have been hyping “any time, anywhere” computing for years, but a popular perception remains that if you are starting a technology company, “anywhere” needs to be spittin’ distance to one of the nation’s technology centers: Silicon Valley, Seattle or Boston. You might...

Wal-Mart is America's largest company with $280 billion in annual sales and 1.3 million employees. It is also highly controversial. Economists love it. Labor advocates and environmentalists hate it. In this e-zine, we examine the challenge of providing health care benefits for workers through the...